By Sherwin Cody
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One of his productions, an Indian chief, gilded all over, stood during the better part of a century on the cupola of the Province House, bedazzling the eyes of those who looked upward, like an angel of the sun. Another work of the good deacon's hand -a reduced likeness of his friend Captain Hunnewell, holding a telescope and quadrant-may be seen to this day at the corner of Broad and State Streets, serving in the useful capacity of sign to the shop of a nautical instrument-maker. We know not how to account for the inferiority of this quaint old figure as compared with the recorded excellence of the Oaken Lady, unless on the supposition that in every human spirit there is imagination, sensibility, creative power, genius, which, according to circumstances, may either be developed in this world, or shrouded in a mask of dullness until another state of being.
The ac~ tors 111 the scene have vanished into deeper obscurity than even that wild Indian band who scattered the cargoe_s o~ the tea-ships on the waves and gained a place m h1story, yet left no names. "ht · • d. o o f B n·1am s •scomfiturc the ghosts of the ancient governors of Mass~chusetts still glide through the portal of the Provmce House. And last of all, comes a figure shroud~d in a ~ilitary cloak, tossing his clinched hands mto the a•r, and stamping his iron-shod boots upon. the broa? freestone steps with a semblance of fcvensh despaar, but without the sound of a foottramp.
It was afterward affirmed that Sir William Howe had repeated that sel£-samo gesture of rage and sorrow when, [or the last time, and as the last roy~! governor, he passed . through the portal of the Provt~~e J:Ious~. -the procession moves, sa•d Mtss J ohffe.. ts dismal strains were mingled with the knell of m~~ night from the steeple of the Old South, and WI 1 the roar of artillery, which announced. that the ~e leaguering army of Washington had mtrenched ttself upon a nearer height than before.